Finding LGBTQ Allies at NC State

Project SAFE Allies

The NC State GLBT Center provides Project Safe Ally training, a three-hour workshop open to NC State undergraduates, graduate students, staff, faculty and alumni as well as interested members of the local community. The workshop is designed to prepare participants to understand and address the needs of GLBT students. A list of individuals who have completed the training can be found here:

Project Safe Ally List

The curriculum addresses a wide range of information, including:

  • Identity terms associated with the GLBT community
  • Issues that GLBT students often deal with during the coming out process
  • Concerns that GLBT students face both in and out of the classroom
  • Ways that allies can create inclusive environments
  • On- and off-campus resources available to students

 

GLBT Advocate Program Allies

Faculty, staff, and students wishing to show support to the LGBTQ+ community can join the GLBT Advocate Program (for students, the program is the GLBT Student Advocate Program). The program is designed to provide faculty and staff with ongoing opportunities for learning and for showing their support as Allies and Advocates of the GLBT community. A list of individuals who have completed the training can be found here:

GLBT Advocate List